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Agricultral laborers on a traction egine to haul sugar beets
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California Historical Society
California Agriculture: Crops
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Written in pencil on back: "[?]6368 N.A. 3888 Traction Engine Heauling Sugar Beets 20 miles to Factory California."
Written in pencil on back: "Neg 23999." Written in pen on back: Neg. No. 13959." Written on back: X5489." Stamped on back: "This photograph is our file copy do not mutilate it. Please return as soon as possible Philadelphia Commercial Museum."
Agricultral laborers on a traction egine to haul sugar beets , General Subjects Photography Collection, PC-GS-Agriculture-Sugar beets, California Historical Society, PC-GS_00201
local: PC-GS_00201
Sugar beet industry
Agricultural machinery
Agricultural laborers
Child agricultural laborers
General Subjects Photography Collection--PC-GS-Agriculture-Sugar beets--

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